NiQuitin Minis Mint Lozenges 4mg 60 LozengesShort date
NiQuitin Minis Mint Lozenges 4mg 60 Lozenges
SHORT EXPIRY DATE: 31 July 2023
Keen to kick the habit altogether, or to at least cut-down? Then NiQuitin Minis Mint Lozenges, with 4mg nicotine per mint, will help you to do just that.
- NiQuitin Minis Mint Lozenges 4mg 60 Lozenges, part of a programme designed to support your wish to stop smoking
- Using stop-smoking aids like these lozenges at regular intervals gives your body the nicotine you need to help you stop smoking
- Helps you to stop smoking straightaway, cut down, or stop smoking for a short time
- Take up to 15 a day and gradually cut down over time
- Just let each lozenge dissolve on your tongue for ten minutes to stop cravings
- Stop smoking lozenges are perfect for keeping in your pocket, whenever you need one
Active ingredient: Each lozenge contains 4 mg nicotine (as nicotine resinate).
Also contains: mannitol (E421), sodium alginate, xanthan gum, potassium bicarbonate, calcium polycarbophil, sodium carbonate anhydrous, acesulfame potassium, taste masking flavour, peppermint flavour, menthol flavour and magnesium stearate.
Usage and Instructions
NiQuitin Mini's are for oral use, and help to relieve or prevent any smoking cravings or withdrawal symptoms you might have if you're trying to quit.
Place one of these lozenges in your mouth and allow it to dissolve (don't chew). It'll take around ten minutes to dissolve, and you can have a maximum of 15 a day.
Have one of these mini lozenges when you feel like you want a cigarette. Take eight to fifteen a day (if you need it), and gradually cut down to cut out taking these entirely. When you're down to using one to two a day, try stopping to use them entirely.
Read the leaflet enclosed for more information.
Don't use these Niquitin Mini Mini Lozenges if:
- You're allergic to any of the ingredients
- You're a non-smoker
- You're under the age of 12
- You have, or have recently had, heart problems
- You have liver or kidney disease
- You have an uncontrolled or overactive thyroid gland
- You have stomach ulcers or other problems with your stomach or throat
- You are pregnant or breastfeeding
This is a medicine, so before use, consult your doctor or one of our pharmacists if you have an underlying medical condition, are taking any other medication or complementary therapy, or if symptoms persist.
Seek advice before using if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or suffer from allergies. Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
Like all medications, Niquitin lozenges can cause side effects. The most common side effects are mouth, throat or tongue irritation. Also, Niquitin could cause you to feel sick and nauseous.
Some people might also experience the following symptoms, although they're not as common:
- Abdominal discomfort
- Heartburn or indigestion
- Flatulence (wind)